Good Evening, I have the distinct pleasure of welcoming all of you into the National Honor Society, a group built off of high standards of achievement, not only in the area of academics but also in character and leadership. I congratulate each of you and your parents.
Hello Jodie,My name is Kyle McKenna I am currently grade 10 and attending Latrobe High School.
I now want to attend to this college once more to get a CIS (college in school) class
Do you ever wonder if the students in high school are thinking about going to the next level after graduation? Its defiantly one of the best ideas to make and that’s from my own personal experience. College isn’t for everyone; we all know that saying. But what people don’t understand is how far they can grow in your dreams and careers in the future. Transitioning from high school to college is a big step forward, even though; most students aren’t ready for college but they have amazing high schools that give them everything they need so they are able to succeed in their future college lives.
Hello, I would like to be the first to welcome you to Niles West High School! I would like to introduce myself. I am Kevin and I will be your mentor for your upcoming freshman year. I Am a soon to be
I am an active member of my school and community. At school I feel that i've gained the respect of my peers being elected as Student Council representative for the past four years. I have also been elected the treasurer of the choir, and secretary of the band. I am part of the Ross Middle School bucket drumming group and have been casted as part of the school theatre’s annual play. After school on Wednesdays I assist Ms. Rullman in helping students with homework and enhancing study methods. I am currently participating in science olympiad and have in the past. I am also an anchor on the popular Good Morning Ross Middle School weekly news show. In addition, I have been a part of National Junior Honor Society which takes part in service projects
“I didn’t even know this existed,” Jonathan Lucro, 19, an art major said. “It’s a shame that it’s a 15-20 minute walk from the main campus because I’ve got a tight schedule so I don’t get many chances to explore the school. Most of the art I get to
That is exactly what I did. I am glad I fought because if I didn't fight I wouldn't be here today to tell you my story that has made me who I am today. Even though I had some difficulties learning in school I didn't get discouraged I tried my hardest and wouldn't give up and because I didn't give up I am currently nineteen years old and about to graduate from high school and have been on honor roll for four years in a row and was inducted into The National Honor Society my sophomore.
Senior year rapidly is coming to an end, I’ve had the opportunity to see many of my friends come to the exciting moment in their life when they sign that dotted line and I was still waiting on my chance. My entire life I had dreamt of the day to finally committed to a college basketball team, this was my goal and it had to be my purpose in life. January 18, 2015 at 4:41 PM I got an exciting text from Truett-Mcconnell’s head coach, Matt Sanders, stating,” Good afternoon Claudia this is Coach Sanders from Truett-Mcconnell College, and I really feel like we need to begin the recruiting process with you! Sorry to bother you on a Sunday, but I just didn’t want to let time slip away! I look forward to hearing back from you!” Here was my chance!
Some people have asked to read the commencement address I delivered this morning to the 2013 graduates of Butler University. So here it is.
Name three things you couldn't live without. FAMILY, including 3 daughters, 7 grandchildren and at least one cat!
Thomas Jefferson High School welcomes a new addition to the English department, Jennifer Stephenson. Stephenson, who student taught with former English teacher and current CCT teacher, Matthew Santambrogio, now teaches Honors Introduction to Literature (Intro to Lit) and Composition and AP Language and Composition. “Ms. Stephenson definitely has a passion
Hello everyone! My name's Ally Ward and I'm a senior at South Stanly High School. Currently I'm taking CCP courses with SCC, so that I'll have two years under my belt when I start college. I plan to attend Gardner-Webb University this Fall and major in English with a teaching license. After I receive my major I plan to get my doctorate in English and then get a job as an English professor. I also love to read, shoot archery, ride horses, and spend time with my family.
Hello my name is Joshua Simpson! I am 16 years old and I live in the Great Lake State! After graduating from SC4, I plan on transferring over to Wayne State University to earn my Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. When I am not in school, I play the piano and the organ. And I love to draw!! The reason why I am taking this class is because I want to learn about the body and how it works, and also to learn how I can have a healthy life. I hope to gain knowledge from this class about how I can live a healthy and happy life. If I were to chose 4 words to describe me I would chose, hardworking, determined, diligent, and silly! I picked this words because I am always hardworking and diligent in my studies. I am very determined to finish school
Honored Men of the Assembly, As we gather here today, I urge you to focus on the insecurity of property rights in the current rebellion, and how the lack of courts and impartial judges in New York city is an offense and it is our obligation to end it. Recent activity in our neighboring colonies, has shown rebellion against the crown. Some have tried revolting against our motherland England, the same motherland that has nourished us for all of these years. Some of my opponents have argued that a son must grow up and move away from his mother, but, while a son does need to grow up and move away, he must respect his mother as she supports him. We need to sustain England’s support to reinforce our resilient future. With that I say, New York City must reopen its courts to protect our property rights, stop rebellion, protect innocent people from mobbing, and to keep New York from reaching a state of Nature.